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In a weird twist that would make Scully and Mulder proud, the latest episode of the iconic series has just leaked on Hulu – days prior to its intended air date.
As far as TV shows go, The X-Files has brought us a fair amount of tragedy in its time on the air. And, as of tonight’s episode, that hasn’t changed with the reboot of the series. Something big happened, people. Now, writer-director Glen Morgan wants you to know why.
The return of The X-Files is one that longtime fans have been clamoring for pretty much since it left Fox in the first place. And while there’s a sizeable chance that we’ll get to see more from Mulder and Scully after these eps are through, there's one big obstacle.
One might not think The X-Files and Bones were very similar shows, but there are more similarities than you’d think. And one comparison point involves one of the scariest TV episodes of all time.
We are only two glorious episodes into FOX’s return to the land of The X-Files, but already there’s a little bit of controversy surrounding the show. It appears that the episodes are actually airing in an order other than the one that was originally intended. Creator Chris Carter has stepped up to put an end to any fears that the show might be in some kind of trouble.
People get extremely nostalgic when it comes to their entertainment preferences, and the 1990s offered up explosions of creativity across all media. Here are the 10 shows from the ‘90s that have been searched for the most on Google since 2004.
Sunday night’s NFC Championship was about as one-sided as games get, but the telecast’s huge audience helped to give the X-Files revival premiere the kind of ratings that probably inspired a massive sigh of relief at Fox.
One of the most exciting series to return to the small screen is definitely The X-Files, and the first episode was just about everything exciting that existing fans could realistically hope for. Newcomers might have a different take.
What Gillian Anderson Thinks About Being Offered Half Of David Duchovny's Pay For The X-Files Reboot
According to Gillian Anderson, there were some that thought Mulder and Scully weren’t quite equal enough for her to be paid the same as David Duchovny for the new batch of episodes.
Fans of The X-Files have been waiting a long time for the return of the franchise to the small screen. One of the most curious bits of news was of the casting of comic actor Joel McHale in a key role. Well, the truth behind the casting is out there, and the truth is…kind of surprising.
There’s quite a variety of new shows already scheduled for the roster in 2016, and so television enthusiasts will have plenty to choose from in the quest to replace any clunkers from fall premiere season. Here is a look at ten of the new series to hit the small screen in 2016 that we’re most excited about.
Because shows leave the air for a big chunk of the winter, fans are often left on big cliffhangers, including deaths, secret love affairs and more. The good news? We can already tell you when some of your favorites will be coming back.
One of the most highly-anticipated television events of 2016 is undoubtedly the return of The X-Files to Fox. As it happens, however, the continuation of The X-Files comes with plenty of pressure for folks behind the scenes.
The behind-the-scenes world of creating TV shows can occasionally be merciless, and plenty of people who later got famous may have initially had a rough start in tinseltown. Michael Bublé recently revealed a hilarious story.
Series finales are pretty hard to get right. Comedian Paul Scheer has recently opened up to which TV Finales were the most disappointing, with some surprising results.